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Love Of The
Common People lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Waylon Jennings.
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Love Of The Common People Recorded by Waylon Jennings Written by Ronnie Wilkins and John Hurley
G Living on free food tickets
Water in the milk from the hole in the roof F C D7 Where the rain came through what can you do hmm hmm G Tears from little sister
Crying cause she doesn't have a dress F Without a patch for the party to go C D7 Oh but you know she'll get by
C G C D7 She is living in the love of the common people G C D7 Smiles from the heart of the family man G C D7 Daddy's gonna buy her a dream to cling to G C D7 G Mama's gonna love her just as much as she can as she can
It's a good thing you don't have a bus fare
It would fall through the hole in your pocket F And you'd lose it on the snow on the ground C D7 A walking to town to find a job G Trying to keep your hands warm
But the hole in your shoe let the snow come through F And it chills to the bone C D7 Boy you'd better go home where it's warm
C G C D7 Where you can live in the love of the common people G C D7 Smiles from the heart of the family man G C D7 Daddy's gonna buy you a dream to cling to G C D7 G Mama's gonna love you just as much as she can as she can
Living on dreams ain't easy
But the closer the knit the tighter the fit F And the chills stay away C D7 You take 'em in stride family pride G You know that faith is your foundation
And with a whole lotta love and a warm conversation F And plenty of prayer C D7 Making you strong where you belong
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